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president goes to indianapolis to speak to the veterans of foreign wars convention. he plans to talk about iraq, the imminent withdraw of combat troops, of course. saw those dramatic pictures last week crossing the border. now we have the vice president set to speak today in indianapolis. of course, he made some controversial comments earlier this summer, walking right up to taking credit for success in the iraq war as the administration sees it. notwithstanding withdrawing them on time but success as a whole and drew scoffing from former vice president biden. meanwhile, the white house announced yesterday the white house making that address on iraq, walking a fine line between mission accomplished, he doesn't want to do that, and drawing attention to the fact that he is meeting the august 31st deadline for withdrawing come bas forces and there are still 50,000 u.s. forces remaining in iraq, at least until the end of next year, chuck. >> all right. mike viqueira in a very windy and perhaps rainy martha's vineyard and guessing no golf in the president today. thanks very much. >> reporter: d
pittsburgh to indianapolis. wet on each end on i-95 and on i-10 along the gulf coast. flash flooding on i-15, 25 and 40 in the rockies. >> if you are flying today, expect airport delays in denver, chicago, detroit, new york, philadelphia, washington and new orleans. >>> and now, to the latest warning about dietary supplements. americans shelled out $27 billion on them last year. but "consumer reports" has just singled out 12 ingredients said to be linked to a string of health problems, from cancer to kidney damage. here, now, is lisa stark. >>> reporter: dietary supplements are a booming business. 150 million americans take them, but now a warning from "consumer reports" about ingredients that may hurt, not help. >> with the dozen supplements that we've identified, we think it's all risk and no benefit. >> reporter: what the magazine calls the dirty dozen are marketed for everything from weight loss to coughs to anxiety and depression and a host of other ailments. but "consumer reports" says each can have serious side effects. >> liver damage, liver failure, kidney damage, heart attacks. >>
. and the pack went on to crush the colts 59-24. indianapolis, not looking too good. lost all three of its preseason games. >>> when we return this morning, another look at this morning's top stories. >>> five years after katrina, the slow recovery for storm victims in mississippi. it's pain relief without the pills. no pills, no pain. how can you get pain relief without taking pills around the clock? try thermacare heatwraps, for all day relief without pills. i was surprised, thermacare worked all day. you feel the heat. and it relaxes and unlocks the muscle. you've got to try it. [ man ] thermacare, more effective for back pain than the maximum dose of acetaminophen, the medicine in tylenol. go to thermacare.com today for a $3 off coupon. thermacare. no pills. no pain. just relief. [ female announcer ] sometimes, you can get so much out of so little. woohoo! especially when it comes to charmin ultra soft. it's so soft and absorbent, you can use 7 sheets versus 28. charmin ultra soft. enjoy the go. ♪ j♪ dreams of landns meet sea, deliciously ♪ ♪ friskies surfin' and turfin' favori
indianapolis. overall, what is the white house message here? >> reporter: it's interesting you should bring this up, alex. we learned the president will give a speech upon returning to washington. he's on here for another week in martha's vineyard. he'll go to new orleans to observe the fifth anniversary of hurricane katrina. then he'll give an address on the iraqi troop withdrawal. it was last week they went over the kuwait border ending the combat mission that officially ends august 31st. it falls on a tuesday. we don't know what day the president is going to be speaking. tuesday is a good guess. he spoke to the american disabled veterans convention in atlanta when he said the war of the combat mission would end as promised and as on schedule. we can expect the president to reinforce that. vice president biden will be in indianapolis tomorrow to speak to the vfw about the end of the combat mission in iraq. a lot of people are quick to point out there are 50,000 american troops left in iraq. they are capable or combat ready. by all accounts the level of violence sunk there somewhat not wit
the niners are kicking off their preseason schedule in indianapolis against the colts. yesterday the giants played a huge game at at&t park against the division-leading san diego padres. >> good morning. before yesterday's game the giants had lost nine out of ten to the first place padres. their only victory comes in extra innings. they would need overtime to do it again. new edition jose did not start. he pitched in the 9th and grounded out. san diego made it 2-0 in the 50th. the giants got it in the 7th. pablo with the splash landing. his second in the last three games. the lead was cut in half. san francisco scratched out a run off that tough padre bullpen in the 8th the r.b.i. groundout and the game is tied. it stayed that way with runners in first and second. a single in the right. the throw home but it's not in time to bet pocze. giants win 3-2 and once again just two and a half games back. >> i think every win, every game important here on out, especially the way they're throwin' the ball today. >> we can win but you can do nothing like that, you know. every day, game by game, that's
in indianapolis. he told them that the american role in iraq is certainly changing. >> politics and not war has broken out in iraq. now, i certainly don't need to tell that you politics isn't always pretty, even our own. but the hard work of forming a new government is well under way. >> he also told the convention not to buy the argument that the war in afghanistan is a failure saying now we have the right general and right number of forces to get the job done. >>> tiger woods is now officially divorced. he and his wife had been married for five years. their union began to unravel last november when woods crashed his suv outside the couple's home in florida sparking a month-long saga that revealed that woods had had multiple affairs. no details were released except they will share parenting of their two children. >>> we now have a new miss universe. miss mexico was crowned the winner. she beat out more than 80 other contestantss in the pageant held in las vegas. miss yam ache awon first runner- up and second runner-up went to miss australia. >>> a consumer alert concerning that growing egg rec
, indianapolis and columbus. scattered showers from pittsburgh to new england. showers along the gulf coast. heavy downpours could cause flooding from new mexico to wyoming. >> 96 in boise. mostly 80s along the pacific coast. a windy 86 in the twin cities. and 91 in detroit. upper 80s in new york and boston. 96 in atlanta. 95 in the big easy. and 104 in dallas. >>> visitors are pouncing on a wildlife park in germany to get a glimpse of its new, noisy residents. >> four, rare white tiger cubs made their public debut yesterday. they are kind of cute. the cubs born 2 1/2 weeks ago were given their first medical exam. and they didn't take it lying down. instead they meowed loudly, as the vets did in fact give them a clean bill of health. >> they weigh about nine pounds. they are still waiting to be named. >>> we'll be right back. hó if you fight to sleep in the middle of the night, why go one more round ? you don't need a rematch, but a rethink. with lunesta. lunesta is thought to interact with gaba receptors associated with sleep. lunesta helps you get the restful sleep you need. lunesta has
in atlanta. 94 in indianapolis. around 90 for much of the northeast. 94 in salt lake city. 92 in albuquerque. and 109 in phoenix. >>> well, a long-legged beauty is strutting her stuff in the city of brotherly love. >> we're talking about this six-footer, two-week-old baby giraffe at the philadelphia zoo. she's the first baby born to the zoo's giraffe couple. she is the first giraffe born there in 13 years. mom is keeping a close eye. but dad has been separated, for now, so he can't accidentally harm the newborn. >> fans are now getting a chance to name the baby. they can cast their vote at the zoo's website. i've never seen a baby giraffe. they look exactly the same. don't they? shrunk. >>> we'll be back with more. [ female announcer ] switch to swiffer sweeper, but don't worry, he'll find someone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's that lady? ♪ sexy lady , ♪ who's that lady? [ female announcer ] swiffer sweeper's electrostatic dry cloths attract and lock dirt, dust, and hair on contact to clean 50% more than a broom. swiffer gives cleaning a whole new meaning. ♪ ouch! ow! oops! it's
in indianapolis, he talked about the future with iraq, now that the last american combat brigade has left the country. >> draws down our troops in iraq does not mean we are disengaging from iraq. in fact, quite the opposite is true. we're in the process in following on president bush's proposal for a long-term relationship. >> mike vick ker aa is travelin with the president. >> reporter: you know how much the president likes to golf, apparently even barack obama doesn't want to get out in this weather, out on the links. but he got out for some golf yesterday, but it was not near the gale that hits martha's vineyard today. once he returns from this ten-day interlude on martha's vineyard with his family, that's sunday, august 29, he will go directly to new orleans where he will observe the fifth anniversary of katrina, tuesday of next week is august 31st, and that is the deadline that president obama set forth as a candidate and as president and for withdrawal. last week when we saw those dramatic pictures of the last of that combat brigade heading over the border out of iraq, the president
biden addresses a crowd of veterans in indianapolis as the official august 31st deadline to remove combat forces from iraq approaches. he believes the country is ready to handle things on its own. >> today there are 650,000 strong and already leading the way to defend and protect their country. >> reporter: even if the face of -- in the face of new explosions in iraq, the vice president expressed optimism that a resolution to the country's political impact is near. they have been in political limbo since elections in march did not produce a clear winner. friday they agreed to resume talks on a coalition government. >> reporter: i'm confident that they will form a national unity government to sustain that country. >> reporter: as for afghanistan, the vice president says it's too early to know if the president's surge strategy is working there since the full compliment of combat forces has recently arrived. critics say while the developments are important, they think the obama administration is trying to divert focus away from the economy and other domestic issues. >> this president
convention in indianapolis tomorrow and speak about the administration's efforts to strengthen the auto industry at a chrysler plant in toledo. >>> also tomorrow, dr. conrad murray is due back in court. michael jackson's former doctor is facing involuntary manslaughter charges for allegedly giving jackson the anesthetic that killed him. murray denied any wrongdoing. >>> floridians head to the polls on tuesday. the primary election will decide which republican runs for governor and which democrat takes on governor charlie crist and marco rubio for a seat in the senate. >>> a guilty verdict on one of 24 charges in the rod blagojevich trial. but the case against the outspoken former governor is far from over. prosecutors are vowing to retry the case. so where does it go from here? fox news sunday has an exclusive interview with blagojevich. we'll have a preview of it when we return. ceusme since i've br derby for the last three years, i'm more brash, more confident and i love this. can i use my hands? is that alright? i take good care of my body and i do it so i can do this. [ male announ
in indianapolis. this is their winning performance. awesome. congratulations. >> fantastic. >>> some local universities getting graded on how well they teach your kids. kristen dahlgren is live in washington wearing her college spectacles and a look at which northern california colleges will make the grade. surprising numbers this morning. >> reporter: yeah. they really are. i'm sure a lot of these universities are not going to be happy with this latest report card. the report is titled what will they learn. it looked at more than 700 universities across the country, they looked at how well or how many of these required core curriculum courses do they make students take before they graduate. they looked at seven key subjects, math, history, science, literature, foreign language, composition and economics. what they found was students have these huge knowledge gaps. they gave more than 60% of the schools they looked at less than a "c" or below. so, let's look and see how some of the local schools did. uc berkeley, davis, santa cruz came in with fs on requiring one of those subjects or none
biden told a vfw gathering in indianapolis that while america's role in iraq is winding down the u.s. mission in afghanistan has just begun. and the top army commander in charge of training the afghan army says it will be some time before the afghanies will be strong enough to stand on their own. >> what i will tell you is i think most people realize we have not even finished building the afghan national army or police forces or air force at this point. >> reporter: bill caldwell says the afghan army may not be ready to take off before the planned july 23011 troop draw down and it may take until the fall of 2011 to train the 300,000 afghan soldiers and police officers. it's a change made even greater by did he certifications and other losses. >> these losses include desertions, deaths and low retention. they pose the greatest threat to both quantity and quality of the afghan national security force. >> reporter: vice president biden assess as optimistic about the prospect for success in afghanistan. >> after too many years of neglect we have clearly defined a strategy backed by the
in indianapolis for its 111th national convention. vice president biden is expected to discuss the withdrawal of u.s. forces in iraq. he'll also address the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a project leader who wants to put a mosque near ground zero says he would consider another site. the debate brought out hundreds to the proposed location in new york yesterday. supporters say the project emphasizes religious freedom, and organizers should not have to consider another location. others say the mosque would be too close to ground zero. they also argue it would be insensitive to families of 9/11 victims. >> we are concerned that he may be putting a symbol of triumph, a symbol of having vanquished america in the 9/11 attacks, and a symbol of power right here at ground zero. we don't want it. >> it's about humanity. it's about live and let live. >> the proposed project would include an islamic center and a mosque as well as a memorial to the 9/11 victims. a "time" magazine poll shows more than 60% of americans oppose the idea. >>> today more concerns about a company linked t
kick off their preseason schedule in indianapolis against the colts. yesterday the giants played a huge game at at&t park against the divisional leading padres. rick qwan has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. before yesterday's game the giants had lost nine out of ten to the first place padres. their only victory had come in extra innings. they would need overtime to do it again. new addition jose pian did not start. he pitched in the 9th and grounded out. 2-0 in the fifth. gonzalez goes the other way. the giants finally got it late in the 7th. a splash landing. his second in the last three games. the lead was cut in half. san francisco scratched out a run off that tough padre bullpen. in the 8th pat burrell's groundout brings in mike and the game is tied. it stayed that way until the 11th with runners on first and second. bloops a single into right. mudrick with the throw home but not in time to get buster pocze. giants win 3-2 and once again just two and a half games back. >> i think every win, every game important from here on out. but especially the way they'
that. host: we will go to bill on the republican line in indianapolis. caller: yes. this is bill from indianapolis. your first caller that called in this morning -- yes, your first caller, he calls in just about every day. his name is hank one day, independent, jeff, next that, he is a democrat, one day he is a republican. he calls and, that obama, he is such a great man, such a great president. and you guys let him go on and on and on every day. build a commentator is the only one who will call people down from calling in every day. and you guys have a 30-day -- host: i apologize. i did not recognize his voice this morning. i am getting a note from the producer saying it has been handled. but if that is the case, you are right. we do ask people to wait 30 days. my apologize -- my apologies for not recognizes -- recognizing his voice. with selected, and on the issue? caller: if no, i just got upset. but i watch every morning and i enjoy the program and meet you said around and let the same guy call. host: hawaii, go ahead. caller: i believe the first caller the guy just criticized, wh
will be performed today on the body of a teenage motorcycle racer who was killed at the indianapolis motor speedway. 13-year-old peter lenz died after falling off his bike during a warm-up lap. he was then run over by another rider. he's the youngest rider ever killed on that famous track. >>> president obama is back at the white house preparing for a major speech tomorrow night on iraq. he joins thousands of others on new orleans sunday, marking the fifth anniversary of hurricane katrina. tahman bradley reports. ♪ >> reporter: sunday night, a celebration of the city's determination and resiliency. five years after hurricane katrina. earlier in the day, residents of new orleans' lower ninth ward marched in remembrance of the disaster that wiped out their neighborhood. >> been five years. slow, she process. >> reporter: new orleans may be on the road to recovery, but some residents still left out. speaking at xavier university, president obama said he'll stand with new orleans as work continues to make the city whole. >> i wanted to come here and tell the people of this city directly, my administr
the numbers go probably to triple digits. indianapolis gets to 96. it will feel like 100 to 119 in most of the country. yep, that's august. >> coming >> coming up in the next half hour, we'll look at some activity in the tropics, george. >> okay, sam, thank you very much. >>> first lady michelle obama and daughter sasha are back home at the white house after a five-day trip from spain that has drawn flak for being who extravaga extravagant. yunji de nies covered it. >> reporter: sasha gave her father a belated birthday hug after a whirlwind tour of southern spain. just hours earlier, mother and daughter met with the spanish king and queen for a lunch of fresh seafood and veal. for five days, they shopped and saw the sights, all under the crush of crowds. this girls' getaway wasn't cheap. these hotel rooms run from $400 to nearly $7,000 a night. the white house said the obamas paid their own way, but their security is covered by american taxpayers. some estimates put that cost at $2 have the,000. >> if they were mrs. bush, screaming would be heard everywhere. >> this is completely overhy
, to chicago, all the way to indianapolis. these are 75-mile-per-hour storms. these are big thunderstorms, carrying lots and lots of rain. this can really be a problem. obviously, on your drive in this morning, but anytime during the day today. the other big weather story today. this is serious heat >>> and we are gearing up for another hot day. the daytime highs will make it into the mid to upper 80's. tonight it will cool down to the upper 60's. still energized from that little discussion, robin. all that weather was brought to you by dairy queen. robin? >> thinking about that. just breathe. thanks, sam. >>> next, a new consumer alert about supplements. could they be harmful to your health? well, max, first day... moh-ohm. -do you have your lunch? -yes. and you know where your classroom is? uh huh. mom, i can walk from here. what about your... mom, i got it. ♪ [ female announcer ] they're never too big for a little something sweet. kellogg's rice krispies treats. long summer days, and not enough sleep. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] new neutrogena® clinical sk
to albuquerque. minneapolis 88. indianapolis 93. 87 here in new york. 94 in miami. >>> well, commuter rail is getting a little safer and more comfortable for women in indonesia. >> indonesia is the world's most populous muslim country. the new train cars should help them ride without unwanted advances or harassment. the special cars are located in the front and the back of the train and they feature bright pink and orange seats. >> the women ride in style. similar services are offered to rail commuters in japan, india and brazil as well. >> great idea. we'll be right back with more "world news now." hoveround power chair? the statue of liberty? the grand canyon? it's all possible ith a hoveround., tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor rand founder of hoveround., when we say you're free to see the world, we mean it. call today and get a free overound information kit, that includes a video and full color brochure. dennis celorie: "it's by far the best chair i've ever owned." terri: "last year, 9 out of 10 people got their hoveround for "little or no money." jim plunkitt: "no cost. absolutely no co
99 in phoenix. mostly 90s from omaha to indianapolis. 92 in boston. 96 in new york. and upper 80s from atlanta to new orleans. >>> and now to other news. there is little reaction from the u.s. government about the arrest of two men who took a united airlines flight from chicago to amsterdam. however, law enforcement sources tell abc news the men have been charged with preparation of a terrorist attack. brian ross has details. >> in custody in the netherlands are two men, both natives of yemen, who lived in the u.s. legally. ahmed mohamed al soofi and hasan al murisi. started their flights at birmingham yesterday. flew to chicago o'hare and then changed plans right at o'hare but sent their bags on in a separate flight. they flew to the netherlands but the bags were going on to dubai. and with what was in the bags that concerns law enforcement authorities. the security of people in birmingham realized that al soofi had $7,000 in cash, bulky clothing. in addition, in the bags cell phones taped to a pepto-bismol bottle, a mock explosive. that's what the fbi is saying tonight. three ot
of been in decline since world war ii. detroit, we know the story. indianapol indianapolis, interesting, the most affordable big city in the united states. so that's -- the issue here is that if you have to go to these places with something to do. you can't just show up there. >> opportunities. >> these are all high unemployment places, largely. youngstown, ohio, another one. the home for steel. >> right. >> no steel mills there anymore. and auto plants. no auto plants. >> exactly. so the other points here is that you've got to have opportunity, as you just mentioned. but you also have to kind of a financial portfolio. >> yes. >> if you're going to get one of these homes. >> they're not giving mortgages away anymore. so you have to have -- you still have to have clean credit. you have to have a down payment. and in some cases they want 20 to 30% down payment. so, yeah, you can still get loans with 5% down. but generally speaking, people are going to want to know that you've got that kind of credit. but if you think there's opportunity for you in some of these places and i point to detro
a greater understanding. >>> vice president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to address the withdrawal of u.s. troops in iraq. american forces are scheduled to end combat operations this month. the last combat unit left the country last week. vice president biden will speak before the veterans of foreign wars, 11th national convention and discuss the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a woman forced to resign other miscon trued remarks about race could be ready to accept a job offer. shirley sherrod has a meeting scheduled for tomorrow. she spoke at an event on saturday. last month a blogger posted an edited portion of her remarks online seemingly making her comments to appear racist. the entire statement was a lesson about overcoming racism. after first condemning her remarks the agriculture department offered sherrod a position with the office of advocacy and outreach. >>> today nationals rookie strasburg will learn the results of an mri on his forearm. the manager and training staff immediately pulled strasburg from the game. the initial diagno
he was heading to indianapolis, indiana, and that's where he was from. he didn't have enough money to get there. >> did he seem -- you offered him, ron, a job doing some odd jobs around the church, i think pulling some weeds and cleaning up some hoses. you were going to pay him $40. did he seem grateful for the opportunity? >> yeah, he told me he was out of money and so i offered a job for him, so he mowed the grass and brought the weed whacker out and did a bunch of the work around the church. i paid him, he took the money and like any good pastor i talked about tithing and he wanted to tithe off the $40. >> and i know eventually your suspicions raised to the point where you did call law enforcement as did another parishioner who apparently recognized him from the news. he was planning to come back and perhaps do some more work the next day and that's when he was arrested. he was arrested with a handgun. you now know a little bit more about his background. have you stopped to think about what could have been had he come back to that church? >> yeah, i sure have. i thought of all t
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